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2012 Chevy C2500 6.0 Baytech CNG P0172 and P0175

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  • 2012 Chevy C2500 6.0 Baytech CNG P0172 and P0175

    I guess Baytech got bought out by Landi Renzo. Not sure about support. This truck keeps setting rich codes both banks. anything that you can direct me to a solution is greatly appreciated.

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    Landi Renzo should be able to support you.
    http://www.landiusa.com/

    My hunch is that the output of your pressure regulator is at a higher psi than originally specified. This would cause a rich condition. Could need replacing.

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